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Sheriff’s Dept.

The following are from Davie County Sheriff’s Office reports.

Aug. 29: larceny, Deadmon Road, Mocksville; fight, NC 801 N., Mocksville; larceny, NC 801 N., Bermuda Run; larceny, Markland Road, Advance; burglary, Buck Miller Road, Mocksville; larceny, NC 801 N., Bermuda Run; domestic assist, US 601 S.,Mocksville; suspicious activity, US 158, Bermuda Run; disturbance, Hartley Road, Mocksville; domestic assist, Bunkhouse Lane, Mocksville; disturbance, Calvin Lane, Mocksville.

Aug. 28: larceny, Salisbury Road, Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Wall St., Mocksville; larceny, Junction Road, Cooleemee; disturbance, Powell Road, Mocksville.

Aug. 27: domestic assist, NC 801 N., Bermuda Run; disturbance, Edgewood Circle, Mocksville; disturbing the peace, Riverview Townhouse Drive, Advance; damage to property, Joy Trail, Mocksville; larceny, Farmington Road, Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Delanos Lane, Mocksville; harassing phone calls, Little John Drive, Advance.

Aug. 26: disturbance, Joe Road, Mocksville; disturbance, E. Depot St., Mocksville; damage to property, Liberty Church Road, Mocksville; damage to property, Houston Road, Mocksville; disturbance, Wall St., Mocksville.

Aug. 25: disturbance, Casa Bella Drive, Advance; harassing telephone calls, Brentwood Drive, Advance; domestic assist, Sheffield Road, Harmony; fight, US 158, Bermuda Run; disturbance, Cornatzer Road, Advance; larceny, Levity Lane, Mocksville; harassing phone calls, NC 801 N., Advance; disturbance, Hillcrest Drive, Advance; disturbance, NC 801 N., Bermuda Run; domestic disturbance, NC 801 S., Mocksville; harassing phone calls, Ridge Road, Mocksville; fraud, S. Main St., Mocksville; fraud, US 64 E., Mocksville.

Aug. 24: disturbance, NC 801 N., Bermuda Run; domestic disturbance, Childrens Home Road, Mocksville; disturbance, Edgewood Circle, Mocksville; larceny, Nolley Road, Mocksville; disturbance, Lonnies Way, Mocksville; fraud, Matts Place, Advance.

Aug. 23: domestic disturbance, Kilbourne Drive, Bermuda Run; domestic disturbance, US 601 S., Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Oakland Ave., Mocksville; larceny, Vanzant Road, Mocksville; fight, I-40 MM176; domestic assist, Green St., Mocksville.

Arrests

The following were arrested by the Davie County Sheriff’s Office.

Aug. 28: Christopher Austin Kincaid, 26, of Watt St., Cooleemee, failure to apear in court; Andrew Sheppard, 28, of Lakewood Village Road, Mocksville, shoplifting; Justin Griffey, 28, of Greensboro, resisting a public officer.

Aug. 27: Feliz Jerrod Chavez, 50, of Petes Lane, Mocksville, maintaining a vehicle or dwelling for a controlled substance;  Zihir Amari Glenn, 18, of Mooresville, failure to appear in court; Matthew Gibson Taylor, 29, of Madison Road, Mocksville, failure to appear in court.

Aug. 26: Michael Dean Collier, 43, of Oak Tree Drive, Mocksville; failure to appear in court; Donald Keith Inman, 49, of Casa Bella Drive, Advance, violation of court order.

Aug. 25: Crystal Deanna Carter, 36, of Lazy B Trail, Advance, failure to appear in court; Amber Sue Kilmer, 35, of NC 801 S., Mocksville, assault.

Aug. 23: Alvin Bryan Cashwell Jr., 40, of Oakland Ave., Mocksville, assault on a female; William Jermaine Little, 32, of Greensboro, breaking and entering, trespassing; Christopher Gene Lone, 40, of Boxwood Church Road, Mocksville, felony probation violation.

Mocksville Police

The following are from Mocksville Police Department reports.

– A larceny was reported on Madison Road on Aug. 27.

– A larceny from Mid Atlantic Crane was reported Aug. 28 on Madison Road.

A larceny was reported on East Lexington Road on Aug. 28.

Arrests

– Bethani Ann Gallagher, 26, of Salisbury, was charged Aug. 26 with misdemeanor larceny. She is accused of taking items from WalMart.

– Katrina Burroughs, 44, of Riverdale Road, Mocksville, was charged Aug. 26 with operating a vehicle with an expired registration, possession of marijuana and paraphernalia and driving while license revoked.

District Court

May 7: The following cases were disposed of during the May 7 session of Davie District Court. Presiding: Judge Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: John Bandle, assistant DA.

– Jamison D. Chapman, extradition/fugitive from other state, dismissed, demanding state received written promise to appear from defendant and removed the NCIC hold.

– John Chadwick Clark, speeding 85 in a 70, dismissed.

– Edward F. DeJesus, speeding 87 in a 70, dismissed.

– Nora Maryann Etchison, possession of drug paraphernalia (review of case), dismissed, in compliance with deferred prosecution.

– Brett Allen Hokenson, speeding 89 in a 70, dismissed.

– Michael Lee Luffman, misdemeanor larceny, dismissed.

– Thomas David Picha, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost.

– Shirley M. Reinhardt, speeding 93 in a 70, dismissed.

– Colby Ashton Shore, maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver marijuana, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed, case not heard on merits.

– Jeffrey Drewey Smith, failure to wear seat belt, driving while license revoked not DWI, expired registration, expired/no inspection, dismissed.

– Kenya Lotrice Smith, speeding 93 in a 70, dismissed.

– Lorie Ann Sowells, speeding 68 in a 55, dismissed.

– Ja Reighyah Stevenson, speeding 93 in a 70, reckless driving, dismissed.

– Shanda Rose Styers, driving/allowing vehicle to be driven with no registration, operating vehicle with no insurance, brake/stop light equipment violation, fictitious/altered title/registration, dismissed.

– William Franklin Tatum, obtaining property by false pretense, larceny after breaking/entering, breaking and/or entering, dismissed per plea in Superior Court.

– Hunter Joshua Taylor, speeding 88 in a 70, dismissed.

– Leondria E. Turner, speeding 89 in a 70, dismissed.

– Demetria Lanett White, exceeding posted speed, dismissed.

– Robert Lee Williams Jr., speeding 87 in a 70, dismissed.

– Kimberly D. Wilson, aid and abet larceny, dismissed per plea of principal.

May 14: The following cases were disposed of during the May 14 session of Davie District Court. Presiding: Judge Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: Pearce Dougan, assistant DA.

– Robert Marsh Hastings, driving while license revoked not DWI, expired registration, dismissed.

– Raymond Hodge, simple assault, dismissed.

– Taylor Marie Lankford, allowing an animal to run at large, dismissed.

May 28: The following cases were disposed of during the May 28 session of Davie District Court. Presiding: Judge Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: Pearce Dougan, assistant DA.

– Jafet Pino Lueza, littering not more than 15 pounds, fishing without a license, consuming alcohol by person age 19/20, dismissed.

– Dalton Lee McAfee, littering not more than 15 pounds, dismissed.

– Evan Paul Nichols, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, dismissed.

– Osvaldo Ramirez Salas, fishing without a license, dismissed.

June 4: The following cases were disposed of during the June 4 session of Davie District Court. Presiding: Judge Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: Pearce Dougan and Annemarie Ernst, assistant DAs.

– Otis Ray Hedrick, assault on a female, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Steven Gregory Ivey, assault inflicting serious injury, obtaining property by false pretense, dismissed per plea; misdemeanor larceny, sentenced to 75 days, credit for 32 days, cost.

– Dyran Jurrell Polk, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, $50, cost, $225 attorney fee; driving left of center, dismissed per plea.

– Sean Austin Wood, 3 counts contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile, 2 counts giving malt beverage/unfortified wine to person under age 21, dismissed in the interest of justice.

June 11: The following cases were disposed of during the June 11 session of Davie District Court. Presiding: Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: Pearce Dougan, assistant DA.

– Karen Latasha Brown, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours community service, credit for substance abuse assessment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, $100, cost; driving while license revoked DWI revocation, improper backing, canceled/revoked/suspended certificate/tag, dismissed per plea.

– Jayme Kolby Calangan, speeding 103 in a 70, dismissed per plea; reckless driving to endanger, $500, cost, $266.25 attorney fee.

– Marshaine D. Clark, speeding 88 in a 65, reckless driving, driving while license revoked not DWI, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Jamie Warren Crowley, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, prayer for judgment continued; hit/run failure to stop after causing property damage, expired registration, expired/no inspection, possession of open container/consuming alcohol in passenger area, dismissed per plea.

– Aaron Casey Duchemin, simple assault, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Jason Lee Ferebee, misdemeanor probation violation, probation terminated unsuccessfully; possession of stolen goods/property, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Wendy Jill Harrell, 2 counts aid and abet larceny, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Cary Montana Hobson, attempted larceny, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Wendy Hulin Lanier, felony intentional child abuse inflicting serious bodily injury, reduced to misdemeanor child abuse, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, complete parenting classes.

– Taylor McKindal Lewis, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours active-credit for inpatient treatment, credit for substance abuse assessment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, $100, cost, $362 attorney fee; reckless driving, dismissed per plea.

– Tyler Davis Martin, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours community service, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, $100, cost, $170 attorney fee; reckless driving, expired registration, dismissed per plea.

– Michael Glenn Meadors, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Matthew Ashburn Messer, consuming alcohol by person under age 19, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Tyler David Mussen, carrying a concealed gun, injury to personal property, dismissed per plea; assault by pointing a gun, injury to personal property, prayer for judgment continued, if any other issues state may ask for judgment.

– Mary Alexis Myers, resisting public officer, disorderly conduct, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Katrina Dawn Powell, DWI, sentenced to 120 days, suspended 18 months, 48 hours community service, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, $200, cost, $360 attorney fee; driving while license revoked DWI revocation, failure to wear seat belt, give/lend/borrow license plate, operating vehicle with no insurance, dismissed per plea.

– Cleo Pinkney Ross Jr., misdemeanor probation violation, probation terminated unsuccessfully, $170 attorney fee; driving while license revoked DWI revocation, expired/no inspection, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Joseph M. Shambley, 2 counts domestic violence protective order violation, sentenced to 150 days, suspended 18 months, have no contact with victim, abide by 50-B, $377 attorney fee; harassing phone call, dismissed per plea.

June 18: The following cases were disposed of during the June 18 session of Davie District Court. Presiding: Judge Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: Pearce Dougan, assistant DA.

– Scotty Alan Hunter Jr., felony maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance, reduced to misdemeanor maintaining vehicle for a controlled substance, felony larceny, reduced to misdemeanor larceny, breaking or entering, sentenced to 60 days, credit for 54 days, $350 restitution to victim, attorney fee, cost; possession of drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver heroin, misdemeanor larceny, reconnect utility, dismissed; misdemeanor probation violation, probation revoked.

– Mandie Michelle O’Neal, misdemeanor probation violation, probation terminated unsuccessfully.

– Steven Dwayne Perdue, improper backing, dismissed.

– Gregory C. Scales, 3 counts cyberstalking, dismissed.

– Aniston Brooke Shores, driving while license revoked not DWI, give/lend/borrow license plate, operating vehicle with no insurance, dismissed.

– Gary W. Sidden, assault on a female, motion for appropriate relief granted.

– Ian Michael Sizemore, larceny by changing price tag, shoplifting by concealment of goods, misdemeanor larceny, dismissed.

– Toni Lee Williams, driving while license revoked not DWI revocation, expired/no inspection, expired registration, dismissed.

June 25: The following cases were disposed of during the June 25 session of Davie District Court. Presiding: Judge Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: Annemarie Ernst, assistant DA.

– Victoria C. Angell, misdemeanor larceny, second degree trespass, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– James Arvid Cannoy, hunting turkey with the use/aid of bait, hunting license suspended one year, firearm to be returned to owner, cost.

– Kristen Dianne Cass, possession of drug paraphernalia, sentenced to time served, $170 attorney fee; possession of methamphetamine, dismissed per plea.

– Jimy Chevez Castro, fishing on posted property, fishing without a license, dismissed in the interest of justice.

– Raymond Elvin Deane, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, $50, cost.

– Margaret Elaine Hall, speeding 94 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $400, cost; reckless driving, dismissed per plea.

– Amanda Rena Robbins, misdemeanor probation violation, probation revoked, sentenced to time served; misdemeanor probation violation, probation revoked, sentenced to 120 days, credit for 50 days; shoplifting by concealment of goods, second degree trespass, interfering with electronic monitoring device, felony larceny, dismissed per plea.

Superior Court

The following cases were disposed of during the May 18 session of Davie Superior Court. Presiding: Judge Mark E. Klass. Prosecuting: Robert S. Taylor and Alan B. Martin, assistant DAs.

– Chad McKinley Davis, second degree sex exploitation of a minor, sentenced to 20 to 84 months, register as a sex offender for 30 years, obtain mental health evaluation, enroll in sex offender control program, work release recommended, electronic devices to be returned to owner, $540 attorney fee; second degree sex exploitation of a minor, sentenced to 20 to 84 months at expiration of previous sentence; second degree sex exploitation of a minor, sentenced to 20 to 84 months at expiration of previous sentence; eight counts third degree sex exploitation of a minor, dismissed per plea.

– Timothy Scott Zimmerman, sex offender on child premises, dismissed, in compliance.

DWI Court

The following cases were disposed of during the June 12 session of Davie DWI Court. Presiding: Judge Jimmy L. Myers. Prosecuting: Steve Boone, assistant DA.

– April Lavern Chappell, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours community service, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, $100, cost, attorney fee; reckless driving, guilty.

– Gabriela Estrada, DWI, sentenced to two years, suspended 18 months, credit for 30 days inpatient treatment, do not violate laws, remain on good behavior, surrender license, $500, cost.

– Tiffany Forscutt, DWI, dismissed.

– Brian Keith Hodges, DWI, sentenced to two years, suspended 18 months, 30 days active, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, $500, cost. Appealed.

– Mary Jones McLain, DWI, sentenced to one year, suspended six months, credit for 7 days active inpatient program, credit for substance abuse assessment, $400, cost.

– Erasmo D. Servin, DWI, sentenced to one year, suspended 18 months, 7 days active, obtain substance abuse assessment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, $400, cost, $335 attorney fee; hit/run leaving scene after causing property damage, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, sentenced to 120 days at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 18 months.

– Ryan Christopher Smalley, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, two counts hit/run failure to stop after causing property damage, dismissed; DWI, dismissed, motion to suppress granted; possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, $50, cost.

– Christopher Ryan Webb, DWI, motion to dismiss granted; possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, sentenced to 15 days active.